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Boat Inspections Prevent Aquatic Weed Invasions
The Damariscotta Lake Watershed Association (DLWA) and the Pemaquid Watershed Association (PWA) are partnering to offer free courtesy boat inspection training courses to anyone interested in keeping Damariscotta Lake and Pemaquid-area ponds clear of invasive aquatic plants.

With completion of the course, the associations hope that the attendees will volunteer at area boat launches throughout the summer to conduct inspections at local boat launches. This is a front line defense to prevent the invasion of unwanted plants and weeds.

Prevention is the most effective way to control the spread of the invasive aquatic weeds.

 
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Watercraft Inspectors Protecting Against Aquatic Invasive Species - Lake goers can expect to see a larger presence of watercraft inspectors this summer. The Otter Tail County Board approved the hiring of 30 positions for watercraft inspectors for 2018. The Aquatic Invasive Species Task Force will be doing what they can to fill these positions and prevent the spread of invasive species in the county lakes and rivers.


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